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Keri Russell made a fashionable appearance on “Good Morning America” on Monday to promote her new thriller film “Antlers,” which releases this Friday. The star of two award-winning series, “Felicity” and “The Americans,” made an autumnal statement for the occasion, sporting a vibrantly colored mock neck top and a matching skirt.
The eye-catching look is from the brand Kwaidan Editions, founded by London-based designers Léa Dickely and Hung La in 2016. The designers, a couple, named their brand after a 1965 Japanese horror film “Kwaidan,” which translates to “strange stories.”
A part of the label’s fall ’21 “The Psychic House 2” collection, the gold short-sleeve top is made of soft velvet and covered in a detailed floral print. Meanwhile, the wool blanket-inspired knee-length skirt, which is currently sold out on the brand’s site, comes in printed turmeric brushed wool with a satin floral trimming and features a patch that pays homage to Kwaidan Editions’ cinematic undercurrents. Together, the bold ensemble retails at over $1,500.
The 45-year-old actress and mom, who shares a son with her former “The Americans” co-star Matthew Rhys, also added some dangly gold earrings, a simple black envelope-style clutch and a pair of coordinating black stilettos pumps featuring a classic pointed toe.
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